Since skipping town in Atlanta, Freddie Freeman does not appear to have missed a beat.
The Los Angeles Dodgers‘ newest addition has been tearing it up lately.
Since the middle of June, Freeman has been locked in and the stats will certainly back that up.
For the season, Freeman is hitting .317 with 12 home runs and 56 RBI and has also posted a solid OPS of .911.
Dodgers insider Blake Harris tweeted where Freeman ranks in several categories since June 18 of this year, and let’s just say that he’s trending in the right direction.
Freddie Freeman since June 18 (NL Ranks)
2.0 fWAR (1st)
.394 AVG (1st)
22 RBI (1st)
39 H (1st)
.444 BABIP (1st)
15.4 wRAA (1st)
.451 OBP (2nd)
.707 SLG (2nd)
1.158 OPS (2nd)
219 wRC+ (2nd)
.484 wOBA (2nd)
7 HR (T-2nd)
17 R (T-2nd)
8 2B (T-3rd) pic.twitter.com/2koMokGHIf
— Blake Harris (@BlakeHarrisTBLA) July 14, 2022
Freeman On A Tear
He ranks first in RBI and OBP, and second in OPS, just to name a few.
The power numbers may be down a little for Freeman, but he is still locked in at the plate and providing the spark the Dodgers need right now.
He even had a three-hit game last night at Busch Stadium as the Dodgers pulled off an improbable comeback from down 6-0 in the seventh inning against the St. Louis Cardinals.
His batting average is a team high, and he is doing everything the Dodgers have needed him to do, since signing him to a six-year, $162 million contract after the lockout.
Here’s a guy right now who just seems impossible to get out.
No matter what pitchers are trying, he has an answer for it.
He’s putting up great numbers and has been in his zone for the past month.
He’s leading the way for this Dodgers team as they dominate everybody in the National League.
The All-Star break is almost here, and he doesn’t seem to be slowing down any time soon.
We’ll see if he can keep it going in the second half.NEXT: Freddie Freeman's Old Agent Has Filed A Lawsuit